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The Titan Probe

Narrated by: Doug Tisdale Jr.
Series: Ice Moon, Book 2
Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
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In 2005, the robotic probe "Huygens" lands on Saturn's moon Titan. 40 years later, a radio telescope receives signals from the far away moon that can only come from the long forgotten lander.

At the same time, an expedition returns from neighbouring moon Enceladus. The crew lands on Titan and finds a dangerous secret that risks their return to Earth. Meanwhile, on Enceladus a deathly race has started that nobody thought was possible. And its outcome can only be decided by the astronauts that are stuck on Titan.

©2018 Brandon Q. Morris (P)2019 Brandon Q. Morris

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  • calley
  • Durham, NC, US
  • 11-11-19

Interesting book, odd execution

Fun story interesting idea. Odd execution in that the author did not use contractions. The reader/performer seems to accentuate this, and actually adds little cheerful lilts sometimes on to serious passages. Perhaps some of this is on purpose? I am left scratching my head and wondering. I realize this was likely translated from German. But editors should be solving these problems for the author. Over all the text is reminiscent of lines from a godzilla movie or any movie Native American character played by Lou Diamond Phillip's. All said, this is still an interesting story. And in a genre with too much magic and superman heroes wielding swords and blasters, this is some fun and plausible actual science fiction.